Thank you, Paul! I believe I did not give enough context in my original post. I’ll try again.
I’m working on a complex software project for a client. I have a dedicated Tinderbox file for it. It contains many different types of notes: to-d0s, meeting notes, agendas, minutes, use cases, stakeholders, you name it. Most of those notes will eventually grow a fitting prototype.
I’d like to be able to export some of those notes as PDFs, via LaTeX, using the template-based export functionality. In that sense, I’m not using Tinderbox as a LaTeX editor. I believe your suggestion of using the “Code” prototype is based on that assumption—but again, I’m very lost right now, and it’s also likely that I’m simply not understanding anything at all.
So, my templates are taking care of that, and they have already produced some nicely formatted PDFs.
But—sometimes, and I just realized that not always, a typographic quote or a long dash are being escaped, which prevents further LaTeX processing.
And I would also like that Tinderbox’s native formatting, such as emphases and lists, translate into their LaTeX counterparts. This does not happen when it comes to lists: they are confused with HTML
blockquotes and therefore wrapped inside
I hope my problem is a bit clearer now. If your reply still applies, then I apologize for not having understood it properly.
Thanks a lot!